Jahid Khan and Dr. Mayank R Garg
This research paper aims to explore the book "Upcountry Tales" written by Mark Tully, specifically focusing on its portrayal of the lives of Dalits in India. The paper analyzes Tully's work as a reflection of the social, economic, and cultural challenges faced by Dalit communities and the impact of caste-based discrimination on their lives. By examining Tully's narratives, this research delves into the themes of marginalization, resilience, and social justice, shedding light on the experiences of Dalits and their struggles for dignity and equality. The paper also critically evaluates the book's contribution to the broader discourse on caste in India and its implications for social change.
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